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Hungarian Border Busy Before New Migrant Law Takes Force

The small Hungarian border village of Röszke was awash with activity the night before the country promised to crack down on illegal border crossings by migrants. Sometime between 7:30 and 7:45 pm local time Monday, a locomotive brought a single car, with barbed wire wrapped at one end, to close the famous “gap” in the border fence. The gap was left to allow trains to pass through. But it had also been serving as migrant crossing point until Monday afternoon. According to local...

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